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  List of Accepted Contributions - US4 Toward a model/data synergy for understanding large changes in Earth Climate History: From the First Glaciation of the Earth to the Quaternary (abstract submission by invitation only) (co-listed in CL)

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Haywood, A. M; Valdes, P. J.; Peck, V. L; Lunt, D. J; Hill, D. J
A permanent El Niño-like state during the Pliocene & the onset of Northern Hemisphere glaciation

Duplessy, J.C.; Roche, D.M.; Kageyama, M.
North-South teleconnection in the deep ocean during the last interglacial period

On the track of a new cradle of Mankind...In Chad, Central Africa

Poulsen, C.J.; Horton, D.; Pollard, D.
Causes and Consequences of the Termination of the Late Paleozoic Ice Age

Ridgwell, A; Panchuk, K; Kump, L
Application of Earth system models to understanding catastrophic changes in global carbon cycling at the PETM

Otto-Bliesner, B.L.; Brady, E.C.; Briegleb, B.; Rosenbloom, N.
Using climate model simulations and data to understand the sensitivity to magnitude and location of freshwater forcings during the last deglaciation

Peltier, W.R.; Liu, Y.
A Carbon dioxide "Attractor" in the Neoproterozoic

Buffetaut, E.
A K/T boundary climate paradox (withdrawn)

Godderis, Y; Donnadieu, Y; Pierrhumbert, R; Dromart, G; Fluteau, F; Jacob, R
The Mesozoic trends in climate and carbon cycle evolution.

Guiot, J.; Brewer, S.
Palaeoclimate simulations : toward a proxy data assimilation

Sepulchre, P; Ramstein, G; Kageyama, M; Vanhaeren, M; Krinner, G; Sanchez-Goni, M.F.; d'Errico, F.
H4 abrupt event and late Neanderthal Presence in Iberia

Donnadieu, Y.; Goddéris, Y.; Fluteau, F.
Is there a link between the strength of the weathering feedback and the delay in biological recovery for two major extinctions events in the Earth history?

Lallier-Verges, E.; Di-Giovanni, C.; Gallaud, A.; Charreau, J.; Chen, Y.
Optical study of organic matter as a tool for documenting environmental variations

Abe-Ouchi, A.; Segawa, T.; Saito, F.
What are the main factors determining the Northern Hemisphere Glaciation and ice age cycle?

Tripati, A; Dawber, C
Early Cenozoic glacial history: Insights from Pacific records of seawater ?18O

Berthelin, M.; Broutin, J.; Fluteau, F.
A Permian glacial episode in Oman: palynologic study and of the Permo-Carboniferous glaciolacustrine Al Khlata Formation (Sultanate of Oman). Palaeoclimatic modelling and palaeoenvironmental context

Ramstein, G.
Introduction to the session US4: Toward a model/data synergy for understanding large changes in Earth Climate History: From the First Glaciation of the Earth to the Quaternary

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